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Chiefs head coach Andy Reid’s career record after a bye week will blow your mind

Nobody likes the bye week. What is there to do with yourself really on a Sunday when there’s no football on? Exactly. However, they are a necessary evil. The bye allows ailing teams time to recover and get their season back on track if they’ve lost their way. Some coaches use the time to double up on game planning for their next opponent. If I had to guess I’d say Kansas City...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid: King Of The Bye Week

Andy Reid improved his career record in games following a bye week to 14-2 (.875), the most victories of any NFL head coach in games following a bye week.
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid must utilize playmakers to give the Kansas City Chiefs a chance

The Kansas City Chiefs are 2-3 after their first five games of the season. As their bye week has come to an end, and the team looks forward to 11 straight weeks of football—unless you count the ten days between their Week 12 Thursday Night game against the Oakland Raiders and their Week 13 primetime matchup against the Denver Broncos as a second “bye”—there seems to be more...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs return to work after almost a full week off

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Andy Reid won his first 13 games the week after a bye. He's lost his last two. That doesn't mean he changed anything this season. Reid gave his team nearly a full week off, despite a frustrating loss at San Francisco that sent the Kansas City Chiefs into their bye with a 2-3 record. That is a departure from many coaches who give their players only a couple...
Via AP on Fox
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Neither Injuries Nor Roster Talent can Explain Andy Reid’s 2nd Half Blunders

#456704460 / The Chiefs were pacing the 49ers in the first half, running and passing the ball well and holding the 49ers on offense. However, it was near the end of the 2nd half and the Chiefs had a 2nd and one on the 49ers side of the field. They passed, Dwayne Bowe dropped the pass. They passed on 3rd down again and missed.  They line up to go for it on 4th down...
Via TopSportsReport
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs Coach Andy Reid Appreciates Players Who ‘Can Do Some Things’

One of the best parts of an Andy Reid press conference — apart from his glorious mustache and his now all-red ensemble that makes him look like the Kool-Aid Man — is hearing which players he thinks can “do things.” From his days with the Philadelphia Eagles to his current job as head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, Reid has always loved to talk about players who “can do...
29 days ago  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Andy Reid moonwalking is everything you hoped it would be

Yesterday the Kansas City Chiefs pulled off a must-win victory over the Miami Dolphins. Winning has to be a great feeling for an NFL franchise that had high expectations for 2014 only to see them dashed hard in the first two games. Winning is its own reward of course, but if the Chiefs need any extra motivation, they need only watch this video of Andy Reid moonwalking in the locker...
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September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Andy Reid Busts A Move With Locker Room Dance After Miami Win

Andy Reid busts a beautiful locker room dance move after the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Miami Dolphins. Here's video of Reid dancing.
Via Gamedayr
September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid isn’t on the hot seat, but these 10 guys are

The NFL season is upon us. Yes, it’s still six weeks until training camps get started. And sure, the regular-season opener isn’t for 84 days. But with voluntary OTAs and mandatory minicamps underway, every team in the league has already started their preparation for 2014. That means coaching staffs have already begun evaluating talent, molding their roster, installing systems...
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June 12, 2014  |  Discuss

10 best NFL coaches to never win a Super Bowl

It’s tough enough to reach the Super Bowl, let alone win on the game’s biggest stage.  Not only does your team have to be loaded with talent, but a lot of things have to go right.  Your team can’t be devoured by the injury bug, and a dose of luck has to come your way.  With the stage set for Super Bowl XLVIII, let’s take a look at the 10 best head coaches in NFL history...
Via Gridiron Grit
January 20, 2014  |  Discuss
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